Bahrain Construction Wood Market Prospects Reviewed in New Timetric Study Published at

03 Oct 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – In the Middle East today, and its financial capital Bahrain in particular, wood is primarily used for two purposes: as a formwork material during the construction process and to provide the final finish to the interior decor. In other regions of the world it is also used as a structural element, but this is generally an uncommon practice in the Gulf.

With forests not featuring greatly in the natural landscape of the Gulf, the majority of wood used for the construction industry must be imported, which raises issues of availability, cost and transportation. However, the region’s location does ease the potential problem of availability.

New market study “Construction Wood in Bahrain to 2016: Market Databook” elaborated by Timetric provides an in-depth review of the construction wood market in Bahrain.

It contains detailed historic (2007-2011) and forecast (up to 2016) market value data for the construction wood market in Bahrain, including data for domestic production, supply balance, existing stock, imports and exports. Furthermore, review and forecast for the construction wood market’s categories like solid wood and wood-based panels is also included.

Report Details:

Construction Wood in Bahrain to 2016: Market Databook
Published: September, 2012
Pages: 172
Price: US$ 950,00

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